Have any of you ever climbed the everest?

Have any of you ever climbed the everest?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I did it on Monday. And K2 on Wednesday.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      did you see any dead bodies ?

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >costs $60k
    >good chance you'll die
    >suffering the entire time
    >climbers regularly lose fingers and toes
    Why would anyone do this shit

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >costs $60k
      you're walking up a fricking hill, what the frick. is there a dragon at the peak demanding a levy?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ascend permits/license are a big part of Nepal's economy.
        It is a way to limit the stream of climbers on the mountain and it brings money, dollars even, to the country.

        Yes, I know there are too many poeple on the mountain, and yes, it is a bit of an unfaire use of natural ressources but it could be worse, and poor countries have to make do with what they have on hand.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Because that's how they make money

          Sherpas are like your guardian angels. They carry everything for you, and it is their resposiblity to get you up and back. There was a chinese 60 year old boomer yesterday who got sick before entering the summit and a sherpa dragged her down like 4k metres. Also oxygen bottles and medicine costs money.

          That's pathetic. Pathetic on Nepal for having no industry aside from hustling morons that want to walk up a hill, and the same morons that need to pay someone to practically do the climb for them.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            are you saying that you would be able to do it alone?

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              I'm saying if I were to climb a mountain, I would do it myself. But seeing as I have no business climbing a mountain, I won't cope by paying a glorified talking mule to do all the work for me while I huff oxygen and still fail to keep up.

              • 9 months ago
                Anonymous

                what was the highest altitute which you ever experienced?

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            You've got no idea how difficult it is to operate at that altitude.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because that's how they make money

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sherpas are like your guardian angels. They carry everything for you, and it is their resposiblity to get you up and back. There was a chinese 60 year old boomer yesterday who got sick before entering the summit and a sherpa dragged her down like 4k metres. Also oxygen bottles and medicine costs money.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >There was a chinese 60 year old boomer yesterday who got sick before entering the summit and a sherpa dragged her down like 4k metres.
          A 60 year old has no business trying to climb Mount Everest. They're not only a danger to themselves, they can potentially be a danger to others who have to carry their weight (literally and figuratively). It's actually disgusting.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >wtf why are phones so expensive? they're just wires
        what a dumb fricking comment holy fricking shit

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >t. sherpa
          That's a terrible comparison, and you're a moron. Maybe try a food analogy next you dumb Black person

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            go and "walk up that hill" then if it sounds that fricking easy to you, moron
            backpedaling doesn't make you sound any smarter

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Some people do it for the adventure. Those are the mountaineering types. They get off on the thrill, like womanizers get off on the thrill of chasing skirts and gamblers get off on potentially losing everything.

      Then there's the homosexuals that do it for their egos. I remember reading about this Google executive who never climbed a mountain, but decided to do Everest. He died of head injuries sustained in an avalanche at base camp. Reddit types with no personality will do anything to seem interesting these days, it seems.

      Everest is a mess these days because of these people. Trash everywhere, traffic jams due to rich homosexuals with too much money all heading over to climb it during the short window every year when attempts on the peak are possible.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        The crowds are way down since the sherpas all walked off the job.

        I know a guy who did it. He's legit though. Big time glacier guide in Alaska, got real high up as a mountain guide in Antartcia, climbed Denali...if I remember right a client he had from glacier guiidng liked him so much he paid for him to do Everest too. At least I think that's the story.

        He didn't have a lot ot say about it. It was a pretty uneventful trip. One foot in front of the other until you're literally on top of the world. How do you impart that feeling in conversation? Not really possible.

        • 9 months ago
          Fuck Nepal

          There's nothing special about Nepal and the Sherpas are a bunch of buttholes. It's another example of a third world shithole, in this case a massive one, becoming arrogant and self-righteous thanks to Instafricks throwing money at it's one worthwhile point-of-interest (Everest).

          They passed that law on April 1st requiring a guide for everything EXCEPT the EBC Trek. It's clear the 'Sherpas' have not only been spoiled but have this insane expectation you'll just give them money. Going solo, the level of harassment you'll deal with from them beating dogs when you see you coming to the older Sherpa-fricks walking out of their tin-shacks to spit at your feet as you walk through yet another shit-shack village is insane.

          The "Guides" they want you to pay $25/day (~250% more than avg. daily cost on trail) are inexperienced morons that have no trail etiquette and otherwise take a dozen Instafricks down the path with similarly no care for others. On the way back, the last 2 days, I finally just started pushing these people out of the way including throwing an elbow into a "guide" that was just waltzing down the center of the path while I was coming. I told him to "pick a side", he didn't and just stared, so I drove my elbow into him as hard as I could. Fricker actually had the nerve to say something. Doesn't include the Instashits 12 to a 'guide' standing in your way or turning so their bags block your path. Had to push three or four of these morons out of the way.

          Only go to Nepal if you plan to SOLO the EBC trek. Any self respecting traveler needs to remove it from their 'to go' list if it's for more than EBC. Do not support the Sherpas.

          Thankfully the dream of "Getting lost in the Nepal Himalayas and disappearing for few weeks into the tea houses" was less destroyed by the April 1st law requiring you to pay for a glorified tout to "guide" you - but rather destroyed by the realization those "Tea house" are just tin shacks without a bar of soap in them.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Agree with this honestly. The new requirement for a guide is a massive frick you to hikers and Nepal has been drinking its own koolaid for far too fricking long.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >They passed that law on April 1st requiring a guide for everything
            Are you sure? A hungarian climber without sherpas died last week

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              what are they going to do? fine him?

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    did k2 on monday and doing everest wednesday

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did both on Monday and doing them both again on Wednesday.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    No and I have no desire to.

  6. 9 months ago
    TheOriginalZerg

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